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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1957)
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7—THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
THURSDAY, JULY 11. 1957
UNFINISHED FURNITURE and
Used Furniture Bargains. We give
Church bazaars, suppers, bake
Penny Saver Stamps. Phone 6804,
H. L. Stiff Furniture Company,
sales, etc, will be run under “Special
DR. JOHN C. TARR
Announcements” classification with
367rd St., Stayton.
a minimum charge of 50 cents per
FOR SALE—Walnut dining room
set, only $70 with terms. Occasion
Hours 9:00 to 6:00
Ten tents per line each insertion,
al chairs, $3 each. Other furniture.
Evenings By Appointment
i Ne advertisement accepted for less
Phone 2007, Mrs. Roger Nelson,
112 E. Ida St.
Stayton I fcan 50 cents per week.
Count five words to the line in
I ordering your ad. Phone 6651, Mill
City or mail your advertisement to
The Mill City Enterprise, Mill City,
JOHN W. REID. M. D.
MAKE AN OFFER—Two properties
I for rent in Mill City
Physician and Surgeon
'NUMBER ONE—On Ivy street, se
MILL CITY, OREGON
cond house west of Second Street
South, on south side of street.
NUMBER TW’O—On Fairview Ave
FOR SALE—Clothes rack. Cheap__
nue, approximately 5 blocks east
Phone 7605, Mill City.
of Second Street South. On north
DR. LESI JE J. CARSON
side of street.
I WANT TO BUY TIMBER
I BOTH may be identified by State
Small or large tracts
9 to 5:30 Mon. Thru Sat
Owned Property signs attached to I
Either cash or stumpage basis
Examine and make rent
STOUT CREEK LMB? CO.' dwellings.
530, Third St Stayton
al offer to Department of Veter
, % mile west of Mehama. Oregon 3tf
ans’ Affairs, State Finance Build
ing, Salem, Oregon.
¡FIREPLACES—One day installation
$15.00 month on budget plan. Val
ley Yards, East Grant St. Lebanon FOR RENT—1 bedroom house be
tween Mill City and Gates. Has
(just outside city limits.)
TV cable installed.—Chuck’s Fine
Weddle Funeral Home
Foods, east of Gates.
FOR SALE—Good propane gas heat
ing stove. Will sell reasonable. It
Moderni Funeral Service
is as good as new.—See Don Mof FOR RENT or FOR SALE—Three
bedroom modern home. Call Mill
fatt, Mill City.
OFFICE FURNITURE and equip-
ment. typewriters, adding machines, FOR RENT—Two bedroom home on
Grove street in Mill City. Has been
calculators, cash registers, duplicat
completely redecorated. Phono UL I
ors, safes, filing equipment. We sell,
9-2533, Russell Wilson, RL 1, Ly
rent, swap and repair. Bargains in
used machines. Roei> Typewriter
Septic Tank* and Sewers Cleaaed
FOR RENT—Hospital beds and mat
Ph. Salem EMpire 3-9468 COLLECT
tresses, rollaway beds and mat
1479 Elm St. W. Salem
Sawmill LOGS WANTED
tresses. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Top prices for Second Growth
We give Penny Saver Stamps. 367
STOUT CREEK LMB. CO. 3rd St. Stayton. Phone 6804 33tf
■4 west of Mehama. Oregon 51tf
EXPERT- PLUMBING—Call s
When in Need of Printing
Licensed Plumber. UL 9-2355.
Buy it in Mill City from FOR LEASE—Major Oil Co.—Have NOTICE OF No.
modern unit for lease. Gasoline
I have filed my Final Account in
The Mill City Enterprise
Diesol facilities. For info, call the estate of Richard Kanoff, de-
Mr. Morgan Stayton 5264. Finan- ¡ceased with the County Clerk of
cial assistance available to quali Marion County, Oregon, and the
22tf Court has set the 19th day of July,
at 9:15 A. M. and the Circuit Court
FOR SALE—Red Raspberries. John room as the time and place for hear
WE SELL BETTER
Kunkle, Rt. 1, Box 50, Lyons, ing objections thereto and the settle
CARS FOR LESS
Oregon, first house east of Fox ment of said estate.
Valley schoolhouse. Phone UL 9-
Administratrix of the Es-
state of Richard Kanoff,
Lost and Found
BELL & GEHLEN,
LOST—at City Part in Mill City Attys, for Admin.
July 4, pair of spectacles, black
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
and silver frames^ with rets.
Reward offered. Phone 2806 Mill
City. Mrs. Clifford Bradfield.
MIKE'S Septic Service
Rebuilt motors and trans
Cars bought and sold
We buy junk.
Phone &284, Stayton, Ore..
Prompt service in the
Canyon when you call us
11.60 Per Month and Up
Also Servicing Gate«, Lyons
Idsnaha and Detroit
MILL CITY, OREGON
Bud Cline, Owner
BE SURE WITH
TELEVISION OB RADIO
Phone 3207 or UL 9-2191
We Speciallxe In
Phllco, Motorola, Admiral
Stiffler'* Radio and
FOR SALE—-Between 15 and 20
acres. Unfinished brick house. 3
bedrooms, $7000.00 1*4 mile west
of Mill City. Alma Thomas. 28c
Adds Life to Home
Rxodem Vacation Resorts Rising
In Pristine McKenzie River Area
Forests and Lava
Bl HAROLD HUGHES
M.af! Writer, The Ortgutuui
The Tollowing 1« a rondrn*»»-
i n of a n otorlog H|'|»«*arlng tn
the Orrgonian. It in one of an
annual herien nponaored Jointly
by The Oregonian and the Ore
gon State Motor aa«oelatlnn.
Exposure to the charms and
enchantments of the Three Sis
ters country of the upper Mc
Kenzie river is not recom
mended to the vacationer who
w-ould remain faithful to more
prosaic and better advertised
summer pleasure spots.
A taste of the narcotic beauty
and pristine splendor of this
primitive area some 50 miles
east of Eugene on highway 126
can come dangerously close to
making an addict of you over
The development of this re- i
gions tourist accommodations,
unlike the fast boating area of
the lower McKenzie, is only now
getting under way. Lately, en
thusiastic (^ilifornians, who in
stinctively know how to please
travelers, are Investing in first-
class cabins, motels, restau
rants, recreation areas and even
a beauty parlor, so sold are they
on this region.
diuiiiued the Upper MeJicnaie creating Clear
ilipth«, an ancient, drowned forest can he seen.
Priests Build Camp
Even the Dominican fathers
of San Rafael, Cal., have suc-
cumbed to the charms of the
Three Sisters and have invested
Highway 116 follow« the white water of the McKenzie anil
more than a quarter of a million
near Bend skirt« to the north of the scenlv Three Sister*.
dollars tn a summer camp for
students studying for the priest standing on the cabin porch and voir-dear water, at places nearly
dropping a line directly Into the 200 feet deep, falls to hide the
ancient trees, preserved like
In an Oregon State Motor as McKenzie.
But tf the fishing is fabulous, museum relics in clear plastic.
sociation motorlog to the region,
the writer and his family visited the hiking is nothing less than
At Clear lake, where the fish
scores of -fine cabins strung spectacular. There is the ex ing (rainbow and cutthroat! is
along the fast, sparkling Mc citement of discovering Sahalie unpredictable, Is Great Spring,
and Koosah waterfalls, two of principal water supply for the
We stayed at Laughing Waters the finest in Oregon; the thrill lake whose outlet is the McKen
in a two-bedroom cabin, done of journeys to the Three Sisters zie river. Rowboats may be
in natural wood and sporting a i and the lava beds beyond and rented for 50 cents an hour from
huge stone fireplace in the living a trek to cold Clear lake, or to the Santiam Fish and Game
room. A furnished kitchen had warm, shallow Fish lake nearby. association, which also operates
Clear lake was created when cabins and a restaurant and
clean, ample facilities for meals,
which could be topped off with volcanic flows dammed the can store.
rainbow, cutthroat and Dolly yon and trapped a forest, more Volcanoes Acthe
Varden trout, caught easily by than 1000 years old The rcser-
Dr. Howell Williams, Univen-
. sity of California geologist who
studied the Three Sisters region,
1 believes there was more vol-
■anic activity there during the
past few thousand years since
the time of Christ than in any
other part of the high Cascades.
Evidences of later glaciers
that gouged out the old volca
noes can be seen along the Mc
Kenzie highway. The North Sis
ter. largest and oldest of the
Three Sisters group, offers good
hiking trails at its base and on
its slopes gives a moderate test
to the skilled mountaineer.
Here, then, is n vacation land
with an enchanting and seduc
tive past, once a "cinder l«»X
of Hades," now a Thoreau-like
land of surprises, like heated
| swimming pools, an air strip
for winged travelers, good roads,
covered bridges, restaurants,
first-class motels and cabins,
l>eauty parlors and cocktail
The white molorlog car visits Holiday I'ann. one of the many
Bindern tonrlat accommodations in the McKenzie area.
Homeowners can add years to
useful life of wooden outdoor furnish
ings by treating them with a wood
FOR SALE or RENT—Two bedroom preservative, suggests Charles Ross,
house on the river.
Oregon State college forestry gpec-
JOS. DEVERS REAL ESTATE ialist.
W. R. Hutcheson, Salesman
Picnic furniture, swings and glid-
Gates. Oregon. ers, and other accessories to out-
1 door living are easily treated against
I wood decay by applying a preserva
tive to dry unpainted or unvamish-
FOR SALE—1931 Chevrolet coupe, J ■ ed wood. Paint can be applied over
Runs good. Has 8 good tires. Make , the preservative after it is thorough
a good knockabout car. Body in ' ly dry, Ross explains.
good sound condition.—For in- I Two excellent, easily applied ma ideal for their destructive activity,
formation and price call at The terials can be olrtained in either con Ross noted.
The preservatives suggested by
or ready-to-use form, from
hardware stores, paint shops or lum the specialist are poisonous to both
ber yards, according to Ross. They insects and fungi. Mixed with oil, they
are pentachlorophenol, often referred are not soluble in water and wood
to as “penta,” and copper naphthe soaked with them becomes water re-
pellant. But to be effective the pre
servatives must penetrate the wood,
Both preservatives are also sold according to Ross.
under various trade names. The label
Surface tretment, such a* paint
will indicate when one of these chem ing on with a brush, is not sufficient I
icals is present and give directions i where wood is in contact with the
for applying it. If a large quantity soil or where moisture stands, he
of preservative is required, it is less says. Wherever possible these vulner
expensive to buy a concentrate and able spots should be immersed in the
mix it, as directed, with a light diesel penta or copper naphthenate solu
oil or fuel oil.
tion and allowed to stand until thor
All wood in contsant contact with oughly soaked. Copper naphthenate
the soil is subject to rot, says Ross, I leaves a slight green stain that can
although the heartwood of some | be covered with paint if desired.
species such as cedar, black locust, cy
For furniture -like picnic tables,
press, juniper, black locust, sage benches and chairs, Ross suggests
Put this UNDER \ OUR HAT, orange and redwood will resist de lotting each leg stand overnight in a
Silver Saddle is the place to go. cay for a longer period than others. | tin can or other container filled with
The sapwood of outer, light-colored preservation-oil solution. A flexible
part of the tree trunk of all species plastic mixing bowl makes a conven-
is quickly destroyed.
Wood decay is caused by the ac- e<j ]egS or iUpportB that will not fit
SERVICE STATION &
tion of fungi, small pl*nt-l;ke organ- eagi]y into a rigid holder,
isms, present everywhere in the soil, i other vulerable spots such as
Phone 903, Mill City.
Numerous insects also attack wood, i points, bolt holes, cracks, and lum-
Both need warmth, mositure and air
ends where rain ¡a likely to soak
in which to work. Rain-S"aked wood 1
treated by re
am! w od in contact with so 1 are peatedly
peated!y flooding the surface with
______ _ __________ preservative and allowing it to stand
1-"‘i it d appears into the wood.
Salem Sand and Gravel Company
Common Carrier — Heavy Machinery and Equipment
EXCAVATION and CONSTRUCTION
»-TON MOBILE CRANE
CONTRACTING AND RENTAL
KEEP THIS AD!
Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheu
matic Sufferers have taken this
Medicine since it has been on
the market. It
It is inexpenrive, can
Garbage, ashes, trimmings, etc.
be taken in the home. For Free
weekly piektjtis $1.50 tier month
information give name and *d-
Ahn bght hauling
dress tô P. O. Box 2535, Tulsa,
Bod Cine, Owner
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